ACV Conference 2024

18 March - 20 March
Wodonga, VIC



ACV Conference

Join us for the Australian Cattle Veterinarian's 2024 conference in the epitome of a charming country town – Wodonga, Victoria. Nestled along the Murray River on the Sydney-Melbourne highway and boasting a regional airport in nearby Albury, Wodonga offers exceptional accessibility for our members. In fact, this location is within a 4-hour drive for 30% of ACV members, making it the perfect setting for our 2024 gathering.

But that's not all. As we set our sights on Wodonga, we're breaking new ground by introducing an innovative format. We've condensed our traditional three-day program into two, creating a more dynamic and efficient experience. To cater to your specific interests, we've also unveiled dual streams, ensuring that beef cattle vets can focus solely on their expertise, without a single mention of mastitis!

For those eager to deepen their knowledge and earn valuable additional CPD points, we're offering a diverse range of small-class workshops on Monday 18 March. Come to town early and participate in these engaging workshops to enrich your professional journey.

Get ready to embark on an exciting chapter of veterinary education and networking as we make our way to Wodonga in 2024. It's a conference you won't want to miss!

Don't miss....

  • Dual streams - Dive deep into beef cattle or dairy medicine, ensuring every moment of your conference is relevant and engaging.
  • Multiple pre-conference workshops - These small-class sessions are a unique opportunity to enhance your practical skills and gain valuable insights from experts in the field.

What's on

Sunday 17 March 

Young Vets Dinner

Monday 18 March

The ACV Presidential Birthday Welcome BBQ


Tuesday 19 March

Boehringer Ingelheim Breakfast
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The Next Level Gala

Wednesday 20 March

Zoetis Breakfast 
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Conference ends

The Cube,

Two cities, two states, one very special destination: Albury Wodonga.

Home to the winding Murray River and its waterways, Lake Hume, an array of food, cultural icons, contemporary museums, linkages to our migrant history, our indigenous people and with secret resting spots around every corner.

Hugged by nature and packed with creative energy, Albury Wodonga is a curious mix of culture, nature and cuisine. Galleries, museums, theatres, public sculpture and a vibrant local arts scene connect the urban landscape with its evocative past.

The Cube Wodonga is a state-of-the-art entertainment centre in Wodonga’s central business district. Our venue consists of an intimate auditorium with tiered seating for plenary sessions, as well as a light-filled exhibition space/foyer to host the exhibition and casual social events. The Cube is flanked by green spaces and courtyards.